WorkingRite
WorkingRite

Charity registered in Scotland SC042604

Working Rite | the youth employment charity

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Youth Employability Co-ordinator

  • Full time
  • Circa £25,500
  • Kilmarnock
  • Closing 29th July 2020

This new project is a partnership between Centrestage, the Kilmarnock charity that uses food and the arts to engage people to improve life chances and build communities throughout Ayrshire and WorkingRite, an award winning Scottish youth employability charity.

This exciting new post will support young people from Centrestage to take their next step into employment within Kilmarnock and surrounding areas. Using WorkingRite’s work-based mentoring method, you will prepare young people through the Centrestage Connect programme for work placements with local businesses and support them in their placements while they learn new skills and gain confidence. It’s a simple model that works – 80% of young people who complete the WorkingRite programme progress to full time jobs or apprenticeships.

We require a Youth Employability Co-ordinator who can:

· Self-start and manage the project

· Engage and motivate young people

· Be persuasive with businesses

· Work to targets

· Offer new and creative ideas

· Deliver accredited and certificated learning opportunities

You will be confident, have excellent communication skills and be well organised. Above all, you must be enthusiastic and want to support young people who have high support needs.

WorkingRite is an equal opportunities employer and all recruitment is undertaken in line with our organisational safer selection & recruitment policy.

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Project Co-ordinator

  • Full time
  • Circa £25,500
  • Aberdeen
  • Closing 19th August 2020

This new project is a partnership between Aberdeen City Council, MCR Pathways – a charity dedicated to eliminating the education, job choices, and life chances gap that exits between care-experienced young people and their peers. And WorkingRite, an award winning Scottish youth employability charity.

This exciting new post will support young people alongside our partners MCR Pathways, and the Aberdeen City Council virtual school to take their next step into employment within Aberdeen. Using WorkingRite’s person-led, work-based mentoring model, you will prepare and support young people for work placements with local businesses and support them in their placements while they learn new skills and gain confidence. It’s a simple model that works – 80% of young people who complete the WorkingRite programme progress to full time jobs or apprenticeships.

We require a Project Co-ordinator who can:

· Self-start and manage the project

· Engage and motivate young people

· Be persuasive with businesses

· Work to targets

· Offer new and creative ideas

· Deliver accredited and certificated learning opportunities

You will be confident, have excellent communication skills and be well organised. Above all, you must be enthusiastic and want to support young people who have high support needs.

Own car usage essential

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This vacancy has now closed

Project Coordinator (2 posts)

  • Full time
  • £25,500
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 9th October 2020

This project is a partnership project between New Gorbals Housing Association, Glenoaks Housing Association, Elderpark Housing Association and WorkingRite, an award winning Scottish youth employability charity.

This exciting new post will support young tenants and young residents from South Glasgow within the project boundaries. Using WorkingRite’s work-based mentoring method, you will prepare young people for work placements with local businesses and support them in their placements while they learn new skills and gain confidence. It’s a simple model that works – 80% of young people who complete the WorkingRite programme progress to full time jobs or apprenticeships.

We require a Project Coordinator who can:

  • Self-start and work on own initiative
  • Work as part of a high functioning team
  • Engage and motivate young people
  • Build strong relationships with businesses
  • Work to targets
  • Offer new and creative ideas
  • Deliver accredited and certificated learning opportunities

You will be confident, have excellent communication skills and be well organised with experience in working on employability programmes. Above all, you must be enthusiastic and want to support young people who have support needs.

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